Jordan y Kaylee están cumpliendo el sueño de su vida al abandonar la vida corporativa, convertir un pequeño autobús en una casa diminuta y viajar tanto y tan lejos como sea posible. Después de dormir a la intemperie en Centroamérica, se instalaron en las montañas vírgenes de Boquete, Panamá para construir casas diminutas y criar animales.
El Movimiento Nómada es un canal de YouTube con dos increíbles emprendedores, Kaylee y Jordan, que están cultivando 3 acres de propiedad en Boquete, una ciudad rural en el corazón de Panamá ecuatorial.
Tras comprar la propiedad de sus sueños en un mercado difícil, sus pastos mejorados se encuentran ahora en Caldera, a las afueras del Alto Jaramillo. Junto con la ayuda de Rodrigo, de Da Jungleboy, se han propuesto crear una comunidad agroturística aislada.
El Movimiento Nómada también está involucrado con la cultura del café de Boquete había acompañado a su amigo OneCoffeeDude a la Mejor de Panamá 2022 competencia para ver en las entrañas de la calificación Panama Geisha café.
Lo Mejor de Panamá 2022 / Geisha / Da Jungleboy & One Coffee Dude
Esto también les inspiró para crear una marca de café, The Morning Movement Coffee, que tuestan ellos mismos. Sus fuentes de café incluyen la cercana reserva nativa de Ngäbe-Buglé Comarca, Guatemala y Colombia.
From June 13, Loewe presents the work of Scott Schuman in its Gran Via store in Madrid as part of the program of the XV edition of PhotoEspaña. The author of the blog The Sartorialist, pioneer since 2005 in the photographic modality of street fashion, is already a contemporary classic whose exquisite work has transcended the boundaries of digital to make a place in such demanding collections as the Victoria & Albert Museum in London and the Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography.
The images to be exhibited at Gran Via will be part of Schuman’s second book, to be published in August. The exhibition will include a video showing the photographer’s contact with Loewe and Stuart Vevers, as well as his work process and his personal impressions of cities like Berlin and Madrid. After its visit to Gran Vía, the exhibition will travel in September to the Loewe Gallery in Barcelona.
Schuman’s respectful and complicit gaze dissects the variety of sensibilities towards human clothing in different parts of the world. The individual styles he portrays in the street are heterogeneous and unclassifiable, and the simplicity of the portraits is only apparent, as the composition and lighting are always carefully orchestrated. All these attributes put Schuman on Loewe’s radar years ago. It was a mutual seduction: the photographer himself, on one of his visits to Madrid, was captivated by the charm of the firm’s shop windows.
London has taken advantage of the Olympic Games to claim in style its status as a Creative Capital, and the fashion industry could not miss this celebration. Under the name ‘Fashion 2012’, the main institutions and companies in the sector have been working hard to program a series of activities during the Olympic summer with fashion as the protagonist. Yet again, the Victoria & Albert Museum is one of the epicenters of this new tribute to British fashion. After undergoing an intense rehabilitation, the galleries dedicated to clothing in the London museum reopen to the public with the exhibition ‘British Glamour Since 1950‘, a spectacular display of the 60 most dazzling party dresses created between the 1950s and today by British dress designers, which can be admired until next January.
Organized on two levels, the exhibition draws mainly on exclusive models created for special occasions such as premieres, private parties, royal events and debutante parties. And it tells the story of elegance in Britain over the past half century. During the 1950s, the post-war period limited gala occasions to the social presentation of upper-class young ladies, the occasion for extravagant and refined country parties. From the 1980s onwards, couture began to influence the aesthetics of the middle classes, and from the 1990s onwards the red carpet emerges as an aspirational mirror for all the middle classes.
Custo Barcelona exhibits in its store on the Ramblas in Barcelona a sample of 32 illustrations that make up the DNA of the brand and have given color to their designs as an expression of the sophisticated and free personality of the brand. The selection of these graphics, from among the more than 30,000 that have been used in Custo’s collections during the more than 25 years of the brand, has been purely emotional.
The exhibition shows the importance of graphics as a leitmotif of the brand, together with color and the mix of materials. Since its beginnings in the 80s, graphic design has conditioned the work of Custo and David Dalmau. In fact, it was the passion for graphics that led these creators to use T-shirts as a canvas, which would gradually lead them to the fashion industry to later consolidate as one of the benchmarks of Spanish design in the world.
With a presence in more than 40 countries, Custo Barcelona is continuously expanding into different markets with recent openings in cities such as London and Medellin (Colombia) and continues to present its work each season at New York Fashion Week since 1997, when it was the first Spaniard to take part in this catwalk.
David Hockney is an admirable professional. At 74, now a true legend of 20th century art and the greatest active English painter after the disappearance of his admired Lucian Freud, he has embarked with his usual enthusiasm on a project that links him at the same time to one of the great artistic traditions, that of painting from life, and to new technologies.
Until September 30, the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao is exhibiting 150 landscape works created by Hockney over the last eight years on conventional media as well as on iPad and video. Back in rural England in the county of Yorkshire after having achieved glory in the sunshine of his beloved California, Hockney revisits the landscapes of his childhood and carefully records the variations that the passing of the seasons imprints on nature. The emotional link with the landscape and the study of the possibilities of perspective and color infect these works with the same vitality that radiated from the swimming pools and the burly bathers portrayed by the painter in his pop years.
If in previous decades Hockney had already studied the unusual artistic possibilities offered by means such as the fax or the photocopier, now he presents, together with his large-format oil paintings, his latest creations made with iPad, as well as landscapes recorded with several cameras and presented on different screens. Organized by the Royal Academy of Arts in collaboration with the Guggenheim Museum of Fine Arts, the exhibition will be on display at the Guggenheim Museum in London.
¿Quién no tiene conocimiento del blog de Popy Blasco en este momento? El blog, que se inició en 2004 y se ha actualizado constantemente, ha logrado convertirse en el que mejor ha retratado desde adentro la falsificación de la modernidad de Madrid.
Jimina Sabadú, quien en un programa anterior se autodenominó la Bárbara Rey de las letras españolas, regresa para presentarnos su último ensayo, “La conquista de Tinder”. Acompañada por Popy Blasco, director y presentador del podcast decano de esta casa, Pijas Marrones, quien es un experto y hábil analista de tendencias sociales, coolhunter, periodista y autor del libro…
La presentación de ‘Pure Love’, el video que Andrea Ferrer ha creado en colaboración con María Escoté y con la ayuda del IED omnipresente, comienza cubiertas las paredes de las sábanas de una fiesta de pijamas.
Los visitantes jóvenes se congregaron en la pequeña galería Star del barrio de Salamanca, donde Carlsberg animaba an un grupo de principiantes en las exposiciones a reunirse para presentar sus proyectos ante centenares de princesas de Gales colgadas en sus mejores poses para las revistas del corazón. En síntesis, eran unos preámbulos que presentaban una alabanza a la adolescencia eterna y prolongada de los jóvenes quinceañeros de la era postmoderna.
Solo al final, escondiéndose bajo unas sábanas con la leyenda “No se permiten adultos!”, el video “Pure Love” parecía querer expresar la madurez de Andrea Ferrer, quien sigue siendo una de las impulsoras de la revista Ponytale. Un trabajo que respalda la marca de María Escoté que niega el mundo infantil en una combinación de líneas hipnóticas en una torre de pantallas.
Una nueva concepción del mundo lésbico y una buena dosis de fantasía es lo que propone Ponytale Magazine en esta época en la que máximos dirigentes hacen alarde de su estulta homofobia y aburrido pensamiento.
The Barcelona designer Roberto Piqueras, whom we all know from Ego de Cibeles, decided some time ago to reach us through our computer screens, through video. Today we are going to talk to him and to those who have been helping him to bring together video and fashion for the last two seasons. In a previous interview with KulturaUrbana, he said: “Globalisation has inspired my work.
Roberto Piqueras goes further and within the national panorama he may be one of the characters with a stronger and clearer discourse. What he touches never leaves indifferent, always goes a step further and maintains the same philosophy of that boy who left school with very clear things. And now, he lives in London
The concepts behind his creations, the prints where he mixes the nostalgia of a past future with all the touches of those who adore and venerate the extraradio or his collaborations make Roberto Piqueras a unique artist. Artist, because to call Roberto a fashion designer is to clip his wings.
Walton Ford’s exhibition ‘Bestiarium‘ at the Hamburger Bahnhof – Museum for Contemporary Art in Berlin – looks like a large-scale encyclopaedia of the animal kingdom.
The American artist, born in 1960, decided to develop his artistic work in the direction that would lead him to ‘Bestiarium’. He was moved by several exhibitions at the Museum of Natural History in New York. His interest in ornithology and the work of John James Audubon began. Audubon was one of the first Americans in the 19th century to undertake the task of cataloguing all the birds of North America. Audubon published ‘Birds of America’, which consisted of 435 life-size drawings of the birds that fascinated him.
In the 1990s, Walton Ford decided to follow in the footsteps of French and British colonial illustrators by offering hyper-realistic works that were themselves catalogues of terrestrial fauna and flora. But 1990 was no longer the 19th century, and it was not worth repeating this step; Ford’s work, on the other hand, offers us spaces full of “complex and disturbing allusions” that distance his work from that of those who invented the animal world.
The struggle between animals is a constant in the works of ‘Bestiarium’, and all the animal figures in the exhibition are in danger. A nest of birds that is devouring a fish that is overflowing with smaller ones, or a gorilla that is playing with the barrel of a shotgun in its mouth, are examples of an animal world that is devouring itself. It is the beautiful ballet of death. Walter Ford could leave behind a list of species that are certain to disappear in this cannibalistic world. Instead, he chooses to make this cannibalism loud and clear.
In this 2015 video, Walton Ford explains his style and his vision of the relationship between the human being and the animal.